Matt Nagy is going to be fired as Chicago Bears head coach after the team plays the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving, according to reporter Mark Konkol from Patch. No major outlet has confirmed the report yet. Nagy denied the report at his press conference on Tuesday.
The Bears have never fired a coach mid-season in franchise history, but there’s been mounting pressure on the team to cut ties with Nagy amid another disappointing year. Chicago is coming off a 16-13 defeat against the Baltimore Ravens led by backup quarterback Tyler Huntley, who filled in for Lamar Jackson while he was out with a non-Covid illness. It was the fifth
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